Commentary

Wed
21
May

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

There are many disorders that can cause a person to become debilitated. In many cases, depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, and many of the social phobias can lead to debilitation 
 
Wed
21
May

The Height of Utopianism

A political battle that is shaping up in San Francisco has implications for other communities across the country. The issue that will be on the June ballot is whether voter approval shall be required to change the height restrictions on buildings along the San Francisco waterfront
 
Wed
07
May

I Love Stress. Don’t You?

Stress is a major killer in our lives. The physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being is a challenge in a stress filled environment in our homes, workplace, school, and in our leisure. The hardest thing for most people to learn is relaxation.
 
Wed
07
May

The High Cost of Liberalism, II

Liberals can be disarming. In fact, they are for disarming anybody who can be disarmed, whether domestically or internationally. Unfortunately, the people who are the easiest to disarm are the ones who are the most peaceful — and disarming them makes them vulnerable to those who are the least peaceful 
 
Wed
30
Apr

Current Research on Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar is a mood disorder that affects individuals from children to adults. It is a mood disorder because the mood is affected in two ways. The individual is said to be in a manic mood when the mood is elevated 
 
Wed
30
Apr

The High Cost of Liberalism

Liberals advocate many wonderful things. In fact, I  suspect that most conservatives would prefer to live in the kind of world envisioned by liberals, rather than in the kind of world envisioned by conservatives
 
Wed
16
Apr

Research in Mental Health: Part I

May is National Mental Health Month in the United States. In recognition of NMHM, a series of articles will be the focus of this column throughout May. The  articles will examine key research on Schizophrenia, Bipolar, and other mental disorders.
Please note the actual application of these findings may take years or decades to occur
 
Wed
16
Apr

How Foreign Is Our Policy? Part II

Japan recently turned over to the United States enough weapons-grade nuclear material to make dozens of nuclear
bombs. This was one of President Barack Obama's few  foreign policy "successes," as part of his nuclear disarmament
initiative. But his foreign policy successes may be more dangerous than his "failures." Back in 2005, Senator Barack
Obama urged the Ukrainians to drastically reduce their conventional weapons, including anti-aircraft missiles and tons
of ammunition. 
 
Wed
09
Apr

The Crime Behind Closed Doors: Part IV

In the last six months, Jackson Parish and Winn Parish had news of a sexual predator being apprehended by a multi-regional task force. Before going further and not taking the offense lightly, the two young males was a son to a mother and father 
 
Wed
09
Apr

How Foreign Is Our Policy?

Many people are lamenting the bad consequences of Barack Obama's foreign policy, and some are questioning his competence. There is much to lament, and much to fear. Multiple setbacks to American interests have been brought on by
Obama's policies in Libya, Egypt, Syria, Crimea and — above all — in what seems almost certain to become a nuclear Iran in the very near  future.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Commentary